Back Issue: December 2010

Item Number: 1012-VLMDEC10

Join us as we visit Keswick Hall in our December 2010 issue and learn how the luxury inn decks its halls with nature s bounty to create an elegant and inviting escape from the holiday rush.  We also present a traditional holiday feast and guitar pull at the Batesville home of Grammy-award winning singer and songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter. We tell the story of the mountain families who were displaced in the 1930s to create Shenandoah National Park, and take a look at how Newport News is bringing art to the people through an impressive collection of 13 monumental sculptures. Also inside: Randleston Farm, an Arts and Crafts estate near Bluemont; the Pope-Leighey House, one of Frank Lloyd Wright s Usonian treasures; historic Waterford; a chat with Robert Khan, the Father of the Internet ; jewelry designer Temple St. Clair; inspired dining at the Ashby Inn and more.

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